Attorney General Eric Holder addresses reporters after his meeting with a congressional committee who is planning to hold him in contempt if more judicial documents are not provided.
Republican Rep. Darrell Issa of California is not satisfied with documents the Attorney General handed over yesterday in defense of his flawed gun smuggling program. Here he addresses reporters.
(AURN) -- Attorney General Eric Holder is still not off the hook. A House committee could today vote on whether to hold Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to turn over more Justice Department documents on a flawed gun-smuggling program that began in 2006. Holder has already turned over tens of thousands of documents, and has offered many more Tuesday, but his offer was rejected. Some lawmakers say it's a political witch hunt against the Democratic Attorney General.
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